In the plastics industry, masterbatches are one of the best and most practical options. A masterbatch is an additive substance consisting of a polymer base, chemical additives, and a compatibilizer agent. The polymer base and compatibilizer agent ensure better integration with granular particles, and the additives, which include enhancers, fillers, and color pigments, cause changes in the properties of the final plastic product. Polypropylene masterbatch, or PP masterbatch, is used in the plastics industry to enhance the properties and aesthetics of polypropylene-based products. This masterbatch typically consists of pigments or additives that are uniformly dispersed in a polypropylene carrier resin. The masterbatch facilitates the incorporation of various colors and functionalities into polypropylene, a popular thermoplastic polymer known for its flexibility and durability. PP masterbatch is widely used in various industries. In consumer goods production, such as packaging materials and toys, and in the automotive industry for manufacturing components like dashboards, it offers improved wear resistance. Additionally, in the medical field, it is extensively used for manufacturing non-toxic medical devices and containers.